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Auditions for the upcoming musical

Auditions for the upcoming musical “Little Women” have begun

Erin Geschwender, Design Editor January 20, 2021

The auditions for this spring’s musical, “Little Women”, have begun, running from Tuesday, Jan. 19 through Thursday, Jan.21. The “Little Women” musical is based on the classic novel by Louisa...

KnightVision and the video production class on field trip to Memorial Stadium. At the stadium they were given a tour of HuskerVision. Photo provided by Julie Nelson.

Southeast sports broadcasting club, KnightVision, is allowed to broadcast sports for the first time this year

Mason Apking, Online Editor January 15, 2021

Southeast sports have been broadcasted by the nationally recognized broadcasting club, KnightVision, since the club’s first livestream in September of 2015. The club was started by former LSE Assistant...

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Joe Biden’s presidential impact on education

Samuel Abourezk, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

Joe Biden’s presidential impact on education will affect the Lincoln Public Schools' (LPS) district immensely. Biden’s plans increase the budget and introduce new legislation, which will fundamentally...

Graphic by Fatima Al-Jayashi

Choosing the right path: How choosing a major is a big challenge for students

Fatima Al-Jayashi, Design Editor January 11, 2021

Every student has been asked the question of “What do you want to study in college?” While some students have already decided what they want to study for their future career, others are still trying...

Zoee Farlin sipping on her favorite Scooters drink- Image by Gabby with Sonnenblume Studios. To see more pictures from Zoee's senior photo session, check out @sonnenblumestudios on instagram or go to www.linktr.ee/sonnenblumestudios

Teens’ love for the classic cup of joe

Nicole Tinius, Online Editor January 7, 2021

The history of where coffee first came from is a little bit of a mystery. No one really knows how or when coffee was initially discovered, but regardless of where it came from, it has become a multi-million...

OPINION: Asynchronous learning--The good in a bad pandemic

OPINION: Asynchronous learning–The good in a bad pandemic

Sam Woods, Staff Writer January 6, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic started, Lincoln Public Schools (LPS) was in a pretty good position. In an effort to increase the technological tools at teachers’ disposal, LPS had already gotten all of its...

Graphic by: Zainib Al-Jayashi

Motivation in a pandemic: How students are doing with a lack of it

Zainib Al-Jayashi, Design Editor January 5, 2021

After months of confinement to keep people safe, getting back to a routine has been more challenging now than ever before. As people isolated themselves and stepped away from normality for a period of...

Graphic by: Erin Geschwender

Remote learning to continue into second semester

Callie Cook, Staff Writer January 4, 2021

Over the last couple weeks, Nebraskans watched as the COVID-19 numbers increased rapidly. Some are saying it’s due to the fact that schools are still open.  Many parents have been switching their...

Graphic by: Fatima Al-Jayashi

2020: A year to remember

Emily Stoner, Photo Editor December 31, 2020

A Year to remember With the new year just around the corner, it can be easy to want to jump in and forget everything that happened in 2020. This year was not only challenging, but also brought so much...

S-no more Snow Days? Snow Days may go remote

S-no more Snow Days? Snow Days may go remote

Henry Graham, Staff Writer December 23, 2020

Snow Day - it’s an announcement that’s a cause for celebration among students all across the city; but that soon might change. Every cloud has a silver lining, especially when that cloud brings...

Graphic by: Erin Geschwender

The Holidays: Celebrating during the pandemic

Erin Geschwender, Design Editor December 21, 2020

The holiday season is an important time for many families to get together with relatives from near and far, and with the COVID-19 pandemic throwing a wrench into the plans of families across the country,...

Graphic by: Emily Stoner

COVID-19 vaccine approved

Emily Stoner, Photo Editor December 21, 2020

In the U.S., life has been throttled since March with the virus that changed everything. Nine months later, a vaccine from Pfizer has been approved by the FDA, and was administered for the first time on...

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